Trump wins again in the courts: he will be on the primary ballots in Michigan

After the Minnesota ruling, a state court rejects that the 14th Amendment disqualifies the former president's candidacy due to the events of January 6.

A Michigan court ruled that Donald Trump can move forward with his candidacy in the state's Republican primary, rejecting the claim that the 14th Amendment would disqualify him for the crime of "insurrection" due to his alleged participation in the events of the January 6th. Last week, the Minnesota Supreme Court also allowed the former president to be included on the ballot so conservative voters can decide if he will be the GOP headliner in the 2024 presidential election.

"Left-wing anti-constitutional fantasies"

Trump campaign spokesman Steven Cheung celebrated the ruling, while describing the cases presented in this regard as "anti-constitutional fantasies of the left," orchestrated by wealthy allies of the Biden campaign who intend to hand the election to the courts and deny the American people the right to elect their next president.

The state court in Michigan dismissed the remaining 14th Amendment challenges to President Trump's ballot eligibility for 2024. This decision follows yesterday’s dismissal of a claim in Wayne County, MI, and prior dismissals in Minnesota and New Hampshire, as well as the recommended dismissal of a similar claim in South Carolina. Each and every one of these ridiculous cases have LOST because they are all un-Constitutional left-wing fantasies orchestrated by monied allies of the Biden campaign seeking to turn the election over to the courts and deny the American people the right to choose their next president. While the Trump Campaign welcomes these dismissals in Michigan and anticipates the future dismissals of the other 14th Amendment cases, we are most focused on once again winning the great state of Michigan and the re-election of President Trump next year.

After the Michigan ruling, Trump's legal team is awaiting the ruling on the lawsuit also filed based on the 14th Amendment in Colorado, which should soon be made public.